Diving in Deeper
In the United States, 70% of Americans believe another civil war could occur in today’s political climate. And it is easy to understand why. Three impeachments in the last four presidencies. A partisan divide perhaps greater than that of the 1860s.
J.N. Welch argues the "devil" or "cancer" in the American marriage are those academics who have pitted millions of citizens against each other. Believing today’s societal turmoil is ultimately rooted in academia, Welch advocates taking the United States to the brink to defeat a leftist cancer that hides behind the slogans of social and economic justice.
Is America inherently racist? Or have our universities been complicit in brainwashing millions of voters into believing the United States should only be judged from the context of guilt and privilege?
Do today’s “Democrat Socialists” really care about blue collar voters; or are they using subversive tactics to pursue an intellectual fantasyland that will never exist?
From contemplating whether a new Republican Party can break today’s political gridlock…to openly discussing the radical idea of a geographical breakup of the United States of America; An American Divorce seeks to chart a new course for a country in great peril.
Controversial, provocative, and revolutionary, this book is urgent reading for our troubled times.
Is it possible a “real” divorce discussion could break through today’s era of hyper partisanship and political impotency? Or should Americans contemplate the unthinkable notion of dividing the United States by geography?